Selene Working, MPAS, PA-C
Infectious Diseases Specialist
Selene Working is a physician assistant who is currently on faculty with the University of Pittsburgh Division of Infectious Diseases. She obtained her undergraduate degree in Organismal Biology at Claremont McKenna College and completed her medical training with a Masters in Physician Assistant Studies at Chatham University in Pittsburgh.
Selene has almost a decade of clinical experience managing patients with a broad range of complex infectious diseases, serving as the lead clinician on busy academic Infectious Diseases services at tertiary care centers such as UCSF Medical Center and the University of Utah. She served as an educator and mentor to ID fellows, residents, and rotating medical students on concepts and principles pertaining to ID clinical practice. She previously served as the UCSF ID consult service representative to develop guidelines for management of vascular insufficiency-associated limb infections and as the primary ID consultant for Orthopaedic infections at the University of Utah. Her major clinical interests include novel treatment modalities to manage Staphylococcus aureus bacteremia, Orthopaedic hardware-related and prosthetic device infections, and antimicrobial stewardship.